PostNuke “is software that creates an impressive, dynamic web site and provides the webmaster with a site they can administer with a minimal amount of HTML knowledge through a web browser.
PostNuke can do anything from traditional blog sites, to a community website with hundreds of users. PostNuke can scale to thousands of users but is just as easy to create a small website for friends and family.”
PostNuke was started in July 2001 as a fork of PHP-Nuke, by John Cox, Greg Allan, Harry Zink, and Sean Finkle. One year later, the PostNuke software was 100% free of any legacy code.
PostNuke is a PHP – MySQL application, and is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL). PostNuke was renamed Zikula in June 2008.
- June 5, 2008: PostNuke becomes Zikula (News)
- May 12, 2008: PostNuke 0.8 RC4 (link)
- February 19, 2008: PostNuke 0.8 RC3 (link)
- December 12, 2007: PostNuke 0.8 RC2 (link)
- July 17, 2007: PostNuke 0.8 RC1 (News)
- February 7, 2007: PostNuke 0.8 Milestone 3 (News)
- November 20, 2006: PostNuke .764 (News)
- October 13, 2006: PostNuke .763 released (News)
- September 28, 2006: PostNuke 0.8 Milestone 2 (News)
- June 17, 2006: PostNuke (Directory)
- April 13, 2006: PostNuke 0.8 Milestone 1 (News)
- February 17, 2006: PostNuke .762 released (News)
Stats for PostNuke
- Number 27 in Powered by . . .
- not among the top 30 in Most visited CMS site
- Number 12 in Most linked CMS site
- PostNuke home page: http://www.postnuke.com/